This is from John Byrne's column at slushfactory.com
"The other day, over lunch, I was flipping through the new, hardcover
collection of DANGER GIRL, and it got me thinking about something Mike Mignola
said, once upon a time, about Art Adams. If, Mike postulated, Art was more
inclined to actually produce work, we would not need so many bad Art Adams
clones to fill the gap."
"Art [Adams] is... a flake."
This season has been weird for me. Rather iffy on the whole, due to a lack of direction, and the introduction of Dogb...Josha.
The last bunch of episodes have gotten back on track, and started the show working back towards a direction, as well as beefing up the characterisation of the new characters.
I can almost stand Joshua now, and White's agenda intrigues me.
Tonight, we get a look at Alec's past, and he gets a bit less two-dimensional, a welcome addition to an already decent character.
And there was a commercial for LotR: Fellowship that had me chuckling. "See the movie that has started a national phenomenon..." Started? What about some books that came out a..few decades ago, hmm? ;)
Well, it was a good episode, but at the last, they started talking about the wonders of Tivo. Damn them!
Is that it?
Last week, I made comments on how it seemed to have become tradition for OL to have the last episode of a season be a flashback episode, and I found it odd that last week's ep was a flashback.
Well, they held true to their pattern. This week's was a flashback episode as well. And not entirely a bad one, and done in an interesting way, at least.
But two? To (possibly) end the series? Yeesh, did Scifi hack the budget that much?
"Aw, crap." "No, this goes way beyond crap."